College student accidentally sexts dad, then tweets about it

Woman Accidentally Sexts Dad, Then Tweets About It

On the list of worst things you could possibly ever do in your entire life... this might just come in at number one. A college student accidentally sexted her dad.

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OMG HOW DO YOU CANCEL A TEXT MESSAGE !!
this is so embarrassing 😂😩
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OMG MY DAD WONT STOP CALLING ME! IM SO OVER THIS 😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩 http://t.co/DdUHZNnPSR
goodnight yall. remember #dontsendnudestodaddy !
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She took a nude photo of herself and apparently thought she was sending it to her boyfriend, Daquan ... it went to daddy dearest instead. And she live tweeted the whole thing. As you can imagine, her dad was none too pleased.

Her twitter followers quickly jumped in ... with sympathy and some advice. One suggested the next time she sends a nude photo to her dad, send it through snap chat -- that's the photo sharing service where the photos disappear after a few seconds.

If it's any consolation, this isn't the first time the wrong person got a sext. According to the U-K mobile site, Recombu, one in ten people have accidentally sent a sexy text to the wrong person.

And a little embarrassment is a small price to pay. One British man was actually sentenced to 18 months in jail and labeled a sex offender ... after a sext intended for his girlfriend went to everyone on his contact list -- including a couple of underaged girls.

So here's a little tip: if you're going to send around sexy photos of yourself ... make sure you double check the address. Or you just might end up showing your girly parts to dad. Ew!

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